$29 - $410
|CHEAPEST CITY IN KENYA||Mtwapa||67% cheaper||Hotels in Mtwapa are the cheapest in Kenya at just $29 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN KENYA||Maasai Mara||78% more expensive||Maasai Mara has the highest priced hotels in Kenya with rooms averaging $410 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN KENYA||Nairobi||77% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Nairobi than any other city in Kenya|
momondo users have recommended 2 hotels to users looking to stay near Amboseli National Park. Hotels in this area have an average price of $1,052 per night. These prices may change based on several factors, such as time of year. Hotels near Amboseli National Park are typically 94% more expensive than the average hotel in Kenya, which is $61.
|Low Season||August||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||February||most expensive time to stay|
|46%||expected price decrease|
|45%||expected price increase|
$84 - $282
|Highest day of week||Monday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|$108||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$68||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Kenya is an exciting tourist country endowed with unique attractions, entertainment hubs, and excellent accommodations and dining facilities. Whether you're going for business or a tourist trip to Kenya, Nairobi, the country's capital, is the ideal city to stay. A thriving metropolis with state-of-the-art accommodations facilities, it's suitable for both the tourist and business traveler. You can book the Swiss Lenana Mount Hotel, the Concorde Hotels, and Suites, or the Ole Serani for your stay in Nairobi. You can navigate through Nairobi via Uber private cabs or use the many available public buses, including Citi Hopper, KBS, and Compliant MOA, which offers cheap transport services around the city. If you're looking for something natural and laid back, then you'll love staying in Naivasha, a short drive from Nairobi. Naivasha is an agricultural and tourist hub with natural wildlife reserves, hotels, resorts, and shopping complexes. You can get to Naivasha via a rental car or a public shuttle called a matatu. For your stay, you can book cheap hotels in Kenya, including the Great Rift Valley Lodge, Peppercorn Resort, or Fina Gardens Resort.
Kenya is a renowned East African microcosm. With savanna safaris, freshwater lakes and sand beaches, coral reefs, spectacular wildlife safaris, forests, and colorful tribal cultures, this East African country is full of exciting extremes. The Nairobi National Park is located right inside the capital city, only a short drive from the city center. For the perfect beach vacation, the coastal town of Malindi is the ultimate water sports hub with offerings like snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, and surfing. Close to the city is the Malindi Marine National Park. The second highest mountain in Africa is located in Kenya's central region. Mount Kenya offers an excellent view of the mangroves and moorlands of the surrounding areas. Other attractions include Lake Nakuru National Park, a shallow lake rich in algae, and spectacular residential Flamingoes. Kenya is also home to the Maasai Mara, the county's most popular tourist destination. The annual Great Wildebeest migration occurs at the Mara as millions of wildebeests cross over to Tanzania's Serengeti from July to September. Book hotels in Kenya such as Eldon Villas and Hotel English Spot & Spa.
Kenya's potential is not limited to natural landmarks or wildlife. The country's metropolitan cities of Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Malindi, and Mtwapa offer exciting nightlife and entertainment. In Mombasa, the Z Lounge offers a high-end rooftop open-air bar and restaurant services for fun-filled evenings. Next is Pata Pata Beach Club overlooking Malindi Coast and popular with Italian tourists and Kenyan revelers. The place offers pop, country, and a blend of African music. For the ultimate casino experience, come to Florida Nightclub 2000, a beachfront club with a bar and restaurant also in Mombasa. Enjoy Kenya's delicious cuisine of nyama choma, ugali, kachumbari, Swahili dishes such as pilau and biryani, and Italian cuisine. Your visit to Kenya will be incomplete without stopping at Nairobi's K1 Klubhouse, famous for its vibrant nightlife, great music, and mouth-watering African dishes. You can find cheap hotels on Kenya's coast, including Bahari Beach Dhow Villas and Pride Inn Express, Diani.
For Kenya's cultural gems, visit the Nairobi National Museum and learn about the country's history, art and culture from the thousands of volumes of public records and exhibits. You'll need to pay a small entrance fee though. Every February, there's the Safaricom International Jazz Festival that brings together the world's jazz musicians to celebrate Kenya's jazz heritage in downtown Nairobi. There's a small entry fee to attend the jazz festival. The Bomas of Kenya is a traditional cultural village depicting Kenya's traditional homesteads drawn from the country's various tribes. There's a small entrance fee to the Bomas of Kenya. At the coast is Old Town's Fort Jesus, an impressive 16th-century ancient Portuguese architecture museum that tells the story of slave and commodity trade and the role played by Mombasa at the time. A small entry fee applies. You can visit Fort Jesus any time of the year, with Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays being the busiest days. Overall the best time to visit Kenya is from July to November and January to February. Kenya hotels like North Coast Beach Hotel and Sunset Paradise Home make excellent accommodation.
Visiting Kenya in December would make for the least expensive trip at just $38 per night on average. To save on your trip, avoid planning it during February, as this is the most expensive month on average.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Kenya to travel to is Nairobi.
Our data shows that hotel rooms in Maasai Mara are about 260% more expensive on average than hotel rooms in the rest of Kenya, with a nightly rate of $337.
If you’re looking for the best bang for your buck when visiting Kenya, consider staying in Bondo. According to our data, Bondo is the least expensive city to spend the night in when visiting Kenya, with an average nightly rate of $9, 76% below the country’s average.
Uhuru Street,1, Nakuru, Kenya
West Wood Hotel
Eldama Ravine Road, Nairobi, Kenya
Mombasa Beach Hotel
Mount Kenya Road, PO Box 90414, Mombasa, Kenya
Serena Beach Resort and Spa
Malindi Road 1 Shanzu Beach, Mombasa, Kenya
Acacia Premier Hotel
Achieng Oneko Road, Kisumu, Kenya
River road, Nairobi, Kenya
Beach View Hotel
dunga beach road 7508, Kisumu, Kenya
Enashipai Resort & Spa
Moi South Lake Road, Naivasha, Kenya
Sandies Tropical Village
Casuarina Road P.O. Box 68, Malindi, Kenya
North Kinangop Road, Naivasha, Kenya
The Luke Hotel Cravers Thika
Off Nairobi-Meru Highway, Thika, Kenya
Tom Mboya Road, Mombasa, Kenya
Dee Safari Homestay
Alba Hotel Meru
Milimani Road, Meru, Kenya
Garden Road Apartment No 7C, Nairobi, Kenya
Sweet Lake Resort
Moi South Lake Road, Naivasha, Kenya
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